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Shimano Stradic FK Spinning Reels

Shimano Stradic FK Spinning Reels

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Model
TD Code
Inches
Per
Crank
Gear RatioMono
Capacity
(#Test/yd)
PowerPro
Capacity
(#Test/yd)
Ball BearingsWeight
(oz)
Max
Drag (lb)
Price
ST1000HGFK
SHM-3014
316.0:12/270
4/140
6/110
10/95
15/85
20/65
6+16.97$199.99 USD
ST2500HGFK
SHM-3015
356.0:16/200
8/140
10/120
10/150
15/145
40/105
6+18.320$199.99 USD
STC3000HGFK
SHM-3016
356.2:16/230
8/170
10/140
10/200
20/140
40/105
6+18.320$199.99 USD
ST4000XGFK
SHM-3017
396.2:18/240
10/200
12/160
15/280
30/170
50/150
6+19.920$209.99 USD
STC5000XGFK
SHM-3018
416.2:110/240
12/195
14/165
20/220
30/200
40/160
6+111.320$229.99 USD
The Shimano Stradic FK Spinning Reels are designed for anglers who demand toughness and durability in their tackle. Shimano's Hagane reel design allows for these reels to be long lasting through your many fishing trips.

  • Hagane gear provides power with cold forged drive gear
  • X-Ship uses precision cut gears for power and smoothness
  • Hagane body transforms angler strength into cranking power and provides rigidity
  • Dyna balance
  • Fluid Drive II gearing system
  • Cold forged aluminum spool


Hagane Body: Metal reel body with high rigidity. The body stiffness and resistance virtually eliminates body flexing. The result transforms your actions directly into cranking power.
X-Ship: Provides greater power transmission efficiency through the use of large precision cut gears with increased bearing support
Aero Wrap II: is a worm gear oscillation system with specially designed pitch to create optimal oscillation speeds. This provides great uniform line lay to reduce loss of energy during the cast shape and thickness of the aluminum rotor creates high rigidity that results in more fish fihgting power. Increased mass of this rotor generates more inertia resulting in easier fishing of heavy jigs and high resistance lures
5 Stars based on 42 reviews
By Neil
OR
September 14, 2018
Great travel reel
Light, smooth and reliable. and in this size....hopefully.... big enough for larger Jack Crevalle and Roosterfish.... But we shall see.
By Richard
Nantucket, MA
July 18, 2018
Best reel in the world
I used Penn reels for 50 years but their quality has gone to hell. A co-worker told me about Stradic, I bought the 3000 and its the best reef I’ve ever had. In 6 years no wind knots, no bail or mechanical problems, nothing and it gets used hard. I’ll never buy anything but Stradic from now on.
ConsNone whatsoever
By Tanner
Raeford, NC
July 2, 2018
Beautiful reel
The reel is smooth, clean and beautiful piece of machinery. Cast a mile and the drag setup is perfect. Highly recommend these series
By Muddyh20
suisun city, ca
June 22, 2018
Just get it!
Got it, love it, gonna get another!
ProsShimano quality.
By Steve
Cape Cod
May 23, 2018
Buttery Smooth
Only fished it a few times but this reel is buttery smooth!
ProsSmooth Light
By Marcos
San Antonio, PR
May 16, 2018
I love this reel!
I fish this reel in saltwater for inshore species. The reel is very tough, extremely smooth and the drag works like a charm. I spooled it with 20 lb test braid and it casts very well. You can't go wrong with this one!
By Dean
San Antonio, Texas
May 11, 2018
Favorite Stratic
By far the best Stradic they have made. Super tough, with a great drag system
By stephen
South Portland, ME
February 17, 2018
Great middle road
I own the 4000 and 5000 models. Mostly used for back bays for stripers. Smooth drag and easy maintenance. Holds up to the demands of the northeast. Shimano rules.
ProsShimano product. Well built consistently. Easy maintenance.
ConsNone so far.
By Mark
Raeford North Carolina.
January 29, 2018
Very smoth
The reel is super smooth and the service at Tackle Direct is always the best!!
By Stephen
Orange Beach, AL
January 10, 2018
Awesome reel for the money
Shimano has always been a good brand. The Stradic line is no different. I have the 5000 and the 3000 and absolutely love them. I use them inshore and nearshore fishing in salt and they are extremely smooth and just high quality.
ProsSmooth drag Price Looks Lightweight Corrosion resistance
ConsNone
By John J Morise
Venice, LA
December 7, 2017
Shimano Statidic 3000
lightweight and durable. good value
By Ron D / West Palm Beach, Florida
West Palm Beach
November 12, 2017
Great reel for snook fishing!
Light ... powerful ... great reel for the serious fisherman.
ProsGreat value compared to similar reels.
ConsNone
By Donnie
, Goldsboro nc
November 7, 2017
Great built reel,stradics continue
Stradic line is a great line from Shimano. Use this vs ci4 for heavier fishing.
ProsDependable
By Shawn Brallier
Everett pa
October 20, 2017
Awesome reel
I may be too quick to give this 5 stars as I only used it 6 days on a recent salmon fishing trip, but it worked flawlessly
By Brent
Brighton, MI
October 9, 2017
Shimano Stradic ST3000HGFK
Super smooth, long casts, good drag. Have used this reel several times now Salmon fishing, glad I spent a few more dollars on this reel. Only problem is me, I bent the bail and just had to order a new one. Can't wait to get it back in action.
21 Questions & 22 Answers
Juan Q.
from P.Vta Mexico asked:
October 25, 2017
Shimano stradic 5000 fk viene con dos bobinas?
1 Answers
The Stradic FK Spinning Reels solo viene con un carrete
Bernie
on October 26, 2017

Lou
from Hammonton, NJ asked:
April 17, 2018
What size Stradic would fit best on an 8€™ Tsunami Airwave Elite spinning rod?
1 Answers
The size Stradic that would best fit the 8' Tsunami Rod Elite would be the 5000 Stradic.
Donald
on April 18, 2018

Jared
from NJ asked:
April 11, 2018
What size reel would you recommend for a 7' medium power/fast action rod used mostly for fishing bay and inshore for flounder?
1 Answers
The Shimano 4000 FK model would pair well with the 7' M rod for the application your looking to use the combo for.
Donald
on April 12, 2018

Jack
from Greece asked:
April 11, 2018
Hi i am from Greece and i have a shore jigging rod Hart bloody evo 2 cw30-120... And i have 60gr jigs so which reel can i use and which size??? Thanksss
1 Answers
The Shimano Stradic FK 4000 Spinning Reel would be a good size for the application your intending on using the reel for.
Donald
on April 11, 2018

Sebastian
from Boca Raton asked:
March 4, 2018
What would be a good rod for the stradic 5000
1 Answers
The St. Croix VIS80MF Avid Inshore Spinning Rod - 8 ft. or the St Croix MIS76MF Mojo Inshore Spinning Rod would be solid options if pairing them with the Shimano Stradic 5000 FK.
Donald
on March 6, 2018

Diaa
from Egypt asked:
January 30, 2018
is this reel size 4000 or 3000 suitable for slow jigging and bottom fishing with 30-50 lb braid line and which size would be better?
1 Answers
The Stradic 4000 would be the best option for the application your using the reel for.
Donald
on January 30, 2018

Jay
from Gulf of Mexico asked:
January 2, 2018
Would a Shimano Stratic 5000 be a good match with a Trevala TVS-70ML rod? I don't plan to jig with it....but use it for black fish and red fish inshore in the gulf of Mexico? Thanks!
1 Answers
The Shimano Stratic 5000 paired with the Trevala TVS-70ML rod would be suitable for the style of fishing your looking to do. This combo could easily be used for blackfish and redfish.
Donald
on January 3, 2018

Samuel
from Jax, FL asked:
November 22, 2017
What size stradic would you recommend for a St. croix TIS70MF rod? I'm usually throwing 1/2 to 3/4 oz lures inshore.
1 Answers
The 4000 size Stradic Fk would pair nicely with the TIS70MF throwing 1/2 oz - 3/4 oz lures.
Donald
on November 22, 2017

Jacob McAllister
from Atlanta,Georgia asked:
October 6, 2017
Is it saltwater approved?
2 Answers
Jacob, Hello yes this reel can be used for saltwater.
Tyler
on October 9, 2017
Yes it is.
Devon
on October 9, 2017

Mike C.
from North Carolina asked:
May 9, 2017
I recently purchased a Stradic 4000 XG reel. How does this differ from the FK model and can it be used for saltwater fishing?
1 Answers
With the CI4 construction body and having a max drag of 24 compared to the FK at 20 lb makes this reel in my opinion a better reel. The CI4 series reels are also lighter reels.
Donald
on May 10, 2017

Vic
from Fort Worth, Texas asked:
May 8, 2017
I want to purchase this reel in a 3000 size for inshore purposes, but I would also use it for Largemouth, Would you recommend this?
1 Answers
This is a great reel for both applications.
Devon
on May 9, 2017

Forrest
from groveland ma asked:
March 25, 2017
do the stradic fk 4000 and 5000 have the same body making spools interchangeable??
1 Answers
There is a slight difference in the construction of the bodies between both reels. The spools are not interchangeable between the 4000 and 5000 size reels. Thank you for considering TackleDirect for your fishing needs.
Donald
on March 25, 2017

Dac
from California asked:
March 7, 2017
Which size real would you recommend for a g-loom is TSR 802-2?
1 Answers
The Stradic 1000 FK would be the best fit and balance well with the TSR 802-2. Thank you for considering TackleDirect for your fishing needs.
Donald
on March 7, 2017

Kevin
from Florida asked:
March 2, 2017
What size Teramar would pair well with the 3000 fk
1 Answers
The Shimano TMS-X66M Teramar Inshore Southeast Spinning Rod or Shimano TMS-X70M Teramar Inshore Southeast Spinning Rod would pair well with Shimano ST3000HGFK Stradic FK Spinning Reel. Thank you for considering TackleDirect for your fishing needs.
Donald
on March 2, 2017

Miguel
from Brownville,Texas asked:
January 30, 2017
Hello I had a question, can you interchange the spools of the 2500 FK and the 3000 FK ? Thanks
1 Answers
Yes you can. In the Stradic a 2500 size and a C3000 size utilize the same reel body, the C3000 size spool simply has a larger line capacity.
Devon
on February 3, 2017

Adam
from Atlantic City asked:
March 12, 2016
I recently picked up a G. Loomis Classic Spin Jig Fishing Rod SJR722 GL3 for summer time flounder fishing in the bay. Mostly for bouncing light bucktails off the bottom. What size real would you recommend? I can't decide between 2500 or 3000.
1 Answers
I would suggest a 3000 size reel. For the line capacity.
Tyler
on March 15, 2016

Ryan
from VA asked:
January 5, 2016
Might be a dumb question but will spinning the spool backward hurt the reel?
1 Answers
That would not hurt the spool.
David
on January 6, 2016

jerome lee jaring
from dubai UAE asked:
October 27, 2015
i want to use a shore jig rod, which is 10ft, 15g to 42g casting weight and will spool it with 20lbs power pro...which reel is suitable the 4000 or 5000.
1 Answers
I would recommend using the 5000 size for a rod like that.
David
on October 27, 2015

Vincent
from PERU, LIMA asked:
September 12, 2015
I'm looking to pair a shimano stradic FK spin with a St. Croix TIS76MHF3 Tidemaster Inshore Spinning Travel Rod. Which model would be best? Im still hesitating with the stradic FK...
1 Answers
Either size would work, but I would probably use the 5000 size for that rod.
David
on September 12, 2015

Kyle
from Titusville, Florida asked:
August 8, 2015
Will they come out with a 6000 or higher in the future.
1 Answers
No, we are not expecting to see anything bigger than a 5000 size for this reel.
David
on August 12, 2015

AWK
from Boston, MA asked:
July 30, 2015
Is this reel rated for salt water?
1 Answers
Hello AWK. Yes, these reels can be used in saltwater.
Brandon
on July 31, 2015

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